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Student Programs & Services
Morrison Community Unit 6 provides the following student services and educational programs to students enrolled in Northside & Southside Elementary schools:
Special instruction and testing, with parental permission, for students who are identified as having special learning needs as defined by federal law. If eligible, students will have an individual education program written for them.
Provided, with parental permission, by the district clinician to children who demonstrate critical speech difficulties and those whose language structure is in need of additional development.
Extra instruction in reading for children who would otherwise be at risk of failure. Students are admitted to the program, with parental permission, when test scores and teacher observation indicate a need. Learning opportunities include Reading Recovery and the Reading Support Program.
Services involving the school nurse.
Counseling & Guidance
With parental permission, small group and individual counseling addressing children's emotional well-being at school.
Key Club Tutoring Program
An after-school program, provided with parental permission and classroom teacher recommendation, in which students are paired with volunteer tutors from the Morrison High School Key Club program.